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GBN’s “A Year of Good Black News” Page-A-Day Calendar for 2022 Now Available for Pre-Order

Written by Good Black News

September 10, 2021

by Lori Lakin Hutcherson, Good Black News Editor-in-Chief

This March in our Good Black News anniversary post, I mentioned GBN would be coming out with its first physical product this fall: a Page-A-Day® Calendar from Workman Publishing entitled A Year of Good Black News for 2022. Well, guess what – it’s fall!

A Year of Good Black News, written by yours truly, is filled with facts, history, bios, quotes, jokes and trivia in easy-to-read entries delivered on the daily.

The calendar’s official drop date is Tuesday, October 12, and if you pre-order at using the code: GOODBLACKNEWS from now until December 31, you will receive 20% off.

A Year of Good Black News offers fun Black facts about inventors, entrepreneurs, musicians, comedians, historians, educators, athletes and entertainers, as well as info shared in fun fact categories like “Lemme Break It Down: Black Lexicon,” “We Got Game: Black Trivia,” “Get The Knowledge: Black Museums and Landmarks” and “You Know We Did That, Right?: Black Inventors.”

Here’s a sneak peek inside:

Although I’m biased because I wrote it, the A Year of Good Black News Page-A-Day 2022 calendar is an awesome way to get inspired every day by the good things Black people do (and have done) for centuries, but haven’t always been widely known or shared.

Well, no more! If this site is for you, this calendar is, too!

It’s also a great gift for family members, friends, teachers, kids and loved ones. Did I mention if you use the code: GOODBLACKNEWS at, you get 20% off?

Or, if you prefer, you can also order from the retailers below:



Barnes & Noble:



Onward and upward –  hope you enjoy – and share!

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